Govt tells public not to panic buy ahead of ‘total lockdown’

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) asked the public not to take part in alarm purchasing following the declaration of a “absolute lockdown” that will produce results next Tuesday in the midst of rising Covid-19 cases.

Its clergyman Alexander Nanta Linggi said individuals ought not accepting exorbitantly as it could prompt deficiencies at retail premises…Police today affirmed it had halted Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Khairuddin Aman Razali at a detour in Perasing, Terengganu.

Terengganu police boss Roslee Chik said the matter is presently the subject of the police examination however didn’t state what offense had been submitted…

The Health Ministry today detailed 9,020 new Covid-19 cases, setting a record high for the fifth sequential day.

The fast ascent in cases has provoked the public authority, which was beforehand hesitant, to at long last consent to a “all out lockdown” that will produce results on Tuesday.

Selangor saw 2,836 new cases – the most elevated since a resurgence of the third wave that started in mid-April.

Kelantan additionally set another standard with 907 new cases, the most number of cases in a day since the beginning of the pandemic.

Labuan announced 253 new cases, the most elevated since the beginning of the pandemic, outperforming the numbers adjoining Sabah was as yet the Covid-19 focal point.

New cases by state

Selangor (2,836)

Kelantan (907)

Negeri Sembilan (898)

Kuala Lumpur (789)

Sarawak (726)

Kedah (468)

Johor (468)

Penang (345)

Malacca (340)

Perak (272)

Sabah (265)

Labuan (253)

Pahang (216)

Terengganu (189)

Putrajaya (29)

Perlis (19)

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